Yulia Berinskaya and I Musici di Parma Concert 29/09/2018 at 18:00 in Sala Bergonzi
M.de Falla – Suite Popolaire Espagnole
I. Stravonsky – Chansone Russe (from the opera "Mavra") & Dance Russe (from the ballet Petrushka)
E.Bloch – Jewish Suite “Baal Shem”
A. Piazzolla - “Le grand Tango”
“… The purity of sound that flowed from the violin was something sublime, which added to the virtuosity expressed in solo passages represented the extraordinary talent of this artist …”
Yulia was born into an artistic and musical environment; her precocious talent was discovered at an early age by her father Sergey Berinsky, among the greatest composers of the 20th century in Moscow, and he encouraged her to study the violin.
Her training and her extraordinary musical potential were encouraged and cultivated by internationally renowned artists such as E. Tchugaeva and V. Tretiakov, the Borodin Quartet, the Moscow Trio, who guided Yulia to graduate with honors from the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory. She then continued her studies at the Hochschule für Musik in Vienna under the tuition of D. Schwarzberg. Aerwards Yulia began a brilliant career as a soloist, chamber musician and teacher, acclaimed in Italy and abroad: Netherlands, Switzerland, France, Germany, the former Yugoslavia, USA, Israel, Russia. Her recitals represent her quality as a versatile artist, and her virtuosity accompanies many diverse styles. She has had prestigious collaborations with several orchestras: Verdi Orchestra in Milan, the Milan Conservatory Orchestra, Moscow Amadeus Orchestra, Sverdlovsk Philharmonic Orchestra and I Musici di Parma ensemble. Being a passionate chamber musician, she has been invited to some of the major Italian and European festivals, performing alongside artists including: S. Krilov, Y, Bashmet, D. Cohen, V. Mendelssohn, F. Lips.
Yulia regularly gives masterclasses in Mendrisio (Switzerland), Timisoara (Romania), Rhodes (Greece), Mulin de Andee (France), Portogruaro (Italy), Cividale (Italy), Val Tidone Festival (Italy), Salsomaggiore (Italy), Cantu (Italy ), Venice (Italy); She has also founded her own violin course at the Milano Music Masterschool academy and is regularly a jury member in international violin competions. Yulia has performed as a guest leader with the following orchestras: Teatro San Carlo in Naples, Orchestra Verdi in Milan, Haydn Orchestra of Trento and Bolzano, Orchestra Earl (Austria), Teatro La Fenice in Venice, the Philharmonic Orchestra of Ljubljana. She records for the record labels: Koch Records (Germany), and Gramsapis ArtClassic (Russia), Sonart Studio, Playing News, ClassicaViva, LimenMusic (Italy).
Yulia recorded the cds Red Violin, Violin in Blue, Violin in White and Violin in Bach, and with Limen Records she has released a double CD and a live DVD box set : Bear in the Sky – Unconditional Music.Her latest albums Sturm und Drang, and the complete Beethoven Sonatas with ClassicaViva records are about to be released. Her recordings are regularly broadcasted by Radio Vaticana, Radio Classica, Radio della Svizzera Italiana. Yulia plays a violin by Giovanni Batista Guadagnini dated 1745.
I Musici di Parma
Founded in the spring of 2002, the Chamber Orchestra I Musici di Parma, brings together musicians who collaborate with the most important orchestral institutions both in Italy and abroad. Created with the intent of exploring a musical world directed at rediscovering unpublished musical scores and popularizing the work of important musicians, I Musici di Parma perform, with symphonic or chamber formations , a wide repertoire ranging from baroque to classicism to the most beautiful pages of 20th-century music.
Particular attention is devoted to the Italian melodrama and the most beautiful arias and romances of the international lyric opera. The Musici of Parma have accompanied concerts and recitals to internationally renowned musicians and singers such as Christoph Hartmann, Andrea Oliva, Enrico Bronzi, Giovanni Gnocchi, Simonide Braconi, Klaidi Sahatçi, Matthias Racz, Stefano Pagliani, Francesco Manara, Francesco De Angelis, Andrea Lucchi, Fabrizio Bosso, Emanuele Arciuli , Federico Mondelci, Mario Marzi, Renato Bruson, Daria Masiero, Katia Pellegrino, Katia Ricciarelli, Chiara Taigi, Carlo Colombara, Francesco Meli, Carmelo Caruso and Federico Canonici.
Thanks to the originality of their programs and the musical and artistic quality of their performances, the Orchestra has established itself in the Italian musical world, receiving the unanimous census from critics and public alike. The Musici of Parma have performed in important theaters, concert halls, festivals, in Italy and abroad. Among them the "Galuppi Festival" in Venice, the "G. Cantelli "of Novara, the" Amfiteatrof Festival "of Levanto, the KKL of Lucerne, the Martinskirche in Basel, the Arcimboldi Theater in Milan, where they performed with singer Lu Wei, directed by M ° Lu Jia, on the occasion of 40 Anniversary of relations between Italy and China; a concert broadcast in more than 50 countries around the world.
I Musici di Parma have recorded for the record company “ Concerto” and “ Da Vinci Classsic”Of particular resonance, the cd featured by Enrico Bronzi, entirely dedicated to Nino Rota, has been reported in numerous magazines and periodicals in the sector (five stars of criticism on Amadeus and Classic Voice).
The Musicals of Parma are the holders of the homonymous Accademia di Musica di Musica, located in the prestigious Palazzo delle Terme Berzieri of Salsomaggiore Terme (PR).
They are the creators and Organizations of the Salso Summer Class & Festival Musicals and "Musica alleTerme" that take place every year in the City of Salsomaggiore Terme (PR).
Stefano Ligoratti, (Milano 1986) has been among the most brilliant students of the Conservatory G. Verdi. He graduated in piano, organ, arpsichord, conduction, and traditional composition, with flying colours. He studied piano with Maria Gloria Ferrari, Riccardo Risaliti, Leonardo Leonardi and Daniele Lombardi; Organ with Eva Frick Galliera and Ivana Valotti; Harpsichord with Ruggero Laganà and Maria Cecilia Farina; Composition with Paolo Arcà, Danilo Lorenzini and Mario Garuti; Conduction with Julius Kalmar, Herbert Handt and Daniele Agiman.
He won many Italian and international competitions, including the contest of Castrocaro for the “XI show of the best graduates 2006” and the prestigious European piano contest “Mario Fiorentini”, of La Spezia, in 2010, where he won the first prize, the audience award, and the prize for the youngest pianist.
After his first organ concert, in 1999, he started an intense career as concert musician (while still studying at the Conservatory), performing in important Italian and foreign institutions, as soloist, chamber musician, and conductor.
Artistic director of the musical network “Classica Viva”, he performs with great success leading the namesake orchestra he founded in 2005, often as both pianist and conductor.
As a pianist he recorded for the labels “Classica Viva” (“Variazioni … e dintorni”, released in 2007; “Fantasie”, released in 2009; with the violinist Yulia Berinskaya: “Violin in Blue” released in 2010 and “Violin in White” released in 2012); “Limen” (the forthcoming “Sturm und Drang”, ) and “Da Vinci records” (in duo with the pianist Luca Ciammarughi). For “Da Vinci records” he is recording all the Beethoven’s Sonatas for violin and piano (with Yulia Berinskaya) and the Sonatas for cello and piano (with Matilda Colliard).